Children’s execution of Queen’s melody left ‘England’s Got Talent’ made a decision in tears

A gathering of elementary younger students left the judges of Britain’s Got Talent in tears with their execution of Queen’s hit “Don’t Stop Me Now”.

Judges were overwhelmed by the lively version of the tune by understudies of the Flakefleet Primary School choir, driven by head instructor Dave McPartlin.

David Walliams couldn’t avoid hitting the Golden Buzzer.

“It was a standout amongst the most euphoric things I’ve at any point seen,” Walliams told the elementary younger students after their demonstration. “You’ve recently made all [of] our hearts sore today.”

Video of their execution has circulated around the web via web-based networking media.

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